All stories for 03 Jun 2008
A Harrow woman lured her ex boyfriend to a car park in Kenton where he was stabbed by her friend a court heard this week.
The heartbroken sister of a woman who died after giving birth at Northwick Park Hospital's maternity unit is calling for it to be shut down.
Three future stars from West Thames College are celebrating making it into the prestigious National Youth Theatre.
An illegal brothel was shut down and three people arrested during a police sting in the early hours of Tuesday (03) morning.
Two people were arrested in Queensbury for possession of a blade and theft after a knife arch was placed in the station.
It seems that recent media coverage of parking fines levied by local authorities has hit the headlines again.
Me and my daughter Rachel have seen what looked like a spaceship described as in the Observer.
Councillors are due to decide on Wednesday (04) whether Nower Hill High School can build a new sixth form block.
Teams are being invited to snap up the last places in a football club's annual fun weekend.
A crackdown on suspicious vehicles has rooted out two benefits cheats and an illegal immigrant - and more operations are planned.
Middlesex have been rocked by a members petition citing no confidence in the club's cricket committee.
Hopes that the Mayor of London would veto controversial Gayton Road flats plan have been crushed after it was confirmed he would not intervene.
Brentford have appointed the former Chief Operating Officer for the London 2012 bid team as a non-executive director on the board of Brentford FC.
I am writing this letter with regards to the stories about Ann and Alan Keen MPs'Additional Cost Allowance that appeared in the press recently.
I remember the days when children used to stand up for adults on the bus.
I do so enjoy your Pub of the Week articles on local bars.
I would like to comment on the article in last week's Chronicle regarding Alan Keen and his irresponsible support for illegal construction of garages and outbuildings.
I would like to add my comments to the article by Robert Cumber on 'Please save our fields', Chronicle, May 22.
On behalf of all of us at The Shooting Star Children's Hospice, huge thanks to the organisers of the fun day in memory of Elouise Littlewood.
About this time of year every year I find myself writing to your letters page regarding the state of Hanworth Air Park.
I am very concerned and surprised with MP Alan Keen's comments in the article in the Chronicle May 22 regarding the debate over illegal extensions.
A website has been launched with the purpose of raising public awareness with regard to the proposed Environment Agency plans for the Thames lock and weir keepers.
A lot of people used the Oasis cafe opposite the library in Hounslow.
IF YOU fancy a night out with a difference, TJ Higgs, An Evening of Clairvoyance, is guaranteed to deliver.
The challenge of getting more young people involved in Hillingdon's art scene has proved irresistible for two local artists.